ESD to Hold Two Energy-Related Conferences: Solid Waste Technical Conference & ESD/DTE Energy Confer
Solid Waste Technical Conference, April 12, 2011 ESD/DTE Energy Conference: May 10, 2011
SOUTHFIELD, Mich. ó The Engineering Society of Detroit (ESD) continues its commitment to finding ways to nurturing and promoting the energy industry in the State of Michigan. To that effect, ESD will hold two important conferences in the next two months: Solid Waste Technical Conference on April 12, 2011 and ESD/DTE Energy Conference on May 10, 2011.
Cost to attend the full-day (8 am to 5 pm), conference is $150 MWIA/ESD members; $185 non-member; $35 student; $100 government. There will also be an optional training day on Monday, April 11, 2011. Cost: ESD/MWIA/MDEQ members: $225; non-members $300. The conference will be held at the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center in East Lansing.
Less than one month following the Solid Waste Conference, ESD will hold its successful Energy Conference & Exhibition on May 10, 2011 in partnership with DTE Energy. The event will take place at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi.
Hailed as one of Michigan's "largest energy conference of its kind," the event draws an annual crowd of more than 800 and features exhibitors with the latest products and information about energy and energy efficiency, as well as educational track sessions and an afternoon executive session with some of the industry's Who's Who.
Cost to attend: $65 for ESD Members; $85 for non-Members; $139 to attend the conference and become a member of ESD - includes a one-year subscription to Crain's Detroit Business (A total value of $253).
For more information about either one of those events, please contact Della Cassia at 248-353-0735, ext. 112 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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